I. Love. In-home. Sessions. Don’t get me wrong, I also love photographing families in a field but there’s something about being in-home that is powerful. These photos give a more holistic view of your family life as it is right this moment. Not only are kids usually happier and parents more relaxed but there’s no way I could get dad playing guitar and daughter kicking her feet around in a field. ♥️♥️♥️
I’ve been asked a good question the other day: how do I keep my hands warm in cold to freezing conditions while working with a large format camera. And it is a really good question indeed, because fingers freezing can be a real problem and you need them a lot for an extended period of time.
My working solution so far (swipe right): a pair of thin merino wool gloves that allow me to work with the camera, a pair of really substantial hand warmers that keep the rest of the hand warm and chemical hand warmers when it gets really cold. If you have any good tips and tricks yourself, I would love to hear them! ☺️❄️☃️
(in the bts the temperature was already above zero, so I worked without gloves).